Dedicated Autofocus Flash f/Olympus TTL SFD728O

  • Compatible with Olympus/Panasonic TTL
  • Guide Number: 92' at ISO 100 and 50mm
  • Zoom Range: 28-85mm
  • Tilts Upward 90°
  • Rotates Right 150° & Left 180°
  • Recycle Time: 0.5-7 Seconds
  • 1st & 2nd Curtain Sync
  • Runs on 4 AA Batteries
AvailabilityIn stock
Manufacturer Price $45.00
  • Dedicated Autofocus Flash f/Olympus TTL SFD728O
Guide No.91.86'; (28 m) ISO100 at 50 mm Position
Angle of Coverage75.4° - 28.6°
Bounce Head+0 to +90°
Swivel Head330°
Coverage28 - 85 mm (Full Frame)
Zoom HeadFull Frame: 28 - 85 mm
Off-Camera TerminalNone
Recycle TimeApproximately 0.5 - 7 Seconds
Flash Duration1/700 sec @ Full Power
Flash-Ready IndicatorYes
Power Source4x AA Alkaline, NiCad, Rechargeable NiMH Batteries
Dimensions (W x H x D)3.0 x 6.6 x 1.9" / 76.2 x 167.6 x 48.3 mm
Weight7.80 oz / 221.13 g without batteries

The Bower SFD728 Autofocus TTL Flash is a dedicated shoe-mount flash with TTL exposure metering capabilities for Olympus/Panasonic cameras. The flash features a guide number of 92' at ISO 100 and a TTL range of 45.9' for automatic control of the flash output. The four-position zoom head covers a focal length range between 28mm and 85mm and a 0-90° bounce and 330° swivel design enables extensive head positioning capabilities.

An infrared AF assist beam is integrated into the flash's design to promote faster focusing in low-light conditions and an intelligent auto-check light is also available to confirm if the subject is within TTL range. Red-eye reduction and second/rear-curtain sync modes are also available when used with supported cameras.

Full TTL dedication available for Olympus/Panasonic cameras.

Four-position zoom head covers focal lengths between 28mm and 85mm.
Bounce adjustment of 0-90° and a horizontal swivel of up to 330° enable a wide variety of flash head movements.
An AF assist beam, up to 26', aids in focusing during low-light situations.
Flash duration is 1/700 sec. at full power.
5600K color temperature helps to balance flash output with other daylight-balanced light sources.